After seemingly taking a step forward last year, the Twins’ southpaw has regressed in many aspects in 2011.
Just because you’re out in your fantasy league doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go shopping for potential ninth-inning guys.
Which pitchers prey on infield flies? Is inducing popups a repeatable skill?
Which September callups are the most likely to have a positive fantasy impact?
When chasing wins in September, is it foolhardy to count on top-notch relievers rather than “bad” starters?
How are fantasy rosters impacted by the recent waiver deal and the return of the Fox?
Checking in on whether a player with high pedigree has a better major-league career than a non-prospect.
How much has a manager’s running game changed the way some of the game’s jackrabbits and turtles move on the basepaths?
There are some managers more afraid of turning runners loose on the basepaths, but just how much do skippers affect the running game?
In this new column, BP’s fantasy expert discusses the rookie middle-infield crop and the values of various players on the trade market.
Though pitching is thin in most leagues, there are a couple of potentially valuable pickups available.
While in the search to upgrade his team’s offense, our fantasy expert had to decide whether it was worth helping his primary competition improve.
After a busy trade deadline, which players were the biggest winners and losers in fantasy value?
Sure, trading for cost-controlled youngsters is nice, but there is a less-exploited source of talent in fantasy baseball.
A glimpse of pitchers who could hold high fantasy value in one particular category.